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23 October 2012, 10:50 | Updated: 23 October 2012, 11:15
The 'One Thing' stars were spotted enjoying a kick-about on the sidelines as they joined their bandmate for the event.
Louis Tomlinson was supported by his One Direction bandmates as he hosted his charity football match in Doncaster last night (22nd October).
The 'Live While We're Young' stars were in attendance at the Keepmoat Stadium in the South Yorkshire town to cheer on the singer and his former Sunday League side Three Horseshoes.
Wearing the number 17 shirt, Louis captained his team in the match with Harry Styles, Liam Payne and Niall Horan having a kick-a-bout on the sidelines.
All four artists then took part in a lap of honour after their bandmate's side's 3-0 victory against the team of professionals.
Louis greeted an array of screaming fans who were waiting outside the stadium before the game to sign autographs and pose for pictures.
You can view a picture of Harry at the Keepmoat Stadium below: (Picture: Splash)
Speaking to local publication The Star, he admitted he was "more nervous" ahead of the game then he had ever been before taking to the stage to perform.
Chairmain of Doncaster Rovers, John Ryan, also told the publication that he has invited the band to perform at the stadium.
You can view a picture of Louis in action on the pitch below: (Picture: Splash)
"We’ll certainly be asking them the question. Whether we can get them to agree to it we'll see," he said. "I remember the Beatles and One Direction are today's equivalent."
The match helped raise funds for the Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
You can view a picture of One Direction cheering on Louis from the sidelines below: (Picture: Splash)
Meanwhile, One Direction have also recently been filming the music video for their new single 'Little Things' and debuted the artwork for the track last week.